Vietnam’s newly-appointed Ambassador to Ecuador Ngo Duc Thang said that he would do all what he can to contribute to promoting the Vietnam-Ecuador relationship.
(VOV) - Many Argentinean businesses are eager to import coffee, rubber, car tyres, motorbikes, bikes, timber products and furniture made in Vietnam and export wine, wheat, canned fruit juice, soybean residue and confectionary to the country.
International Living, a North American-based magazine for retirees, has named Thailand one of the world’s 25 best places to live in retirement.
(VOV) -With ordinary passports, Vietnamese citizens can travel freely to 44 countries in the world without needing to first obtain a visa.
(VOV) - The US remains top importer of Vietnam’s seafood, accounting for 18.62% of the country’s total seafood export revenue in the first quarter of this year.
Two-way trade between Vietnam and Ecuador reached US$659 million in 2014, a year-on-year record increase of 83%, according to statistics released by the Central Bank of Ecuador.
Tuna exports have continued to slide this year due to a fall in consumption in major import markets, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters (VASEP).
(VOV) -After sifting through housing and living costs, taxes, weather and air quality , crime rates, doctor availability and the like – InternationalLiving.comhas cited Vietnam as a top 25 World’s Best Place to Retire.
A Vietnamese delegation, led by deputy head of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Commission for External Affairs Tran Dac Loi, participated in the 16th International Meeting of Communists and Workers’ Parties held in Ecuador from November 13 to 15.
Vietnamese shrimp exporter Quoc Viet in the southern province of Ca Mau has become the first company in Asia to receive an Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification.
(VOV) -Vietnam came second in footwear exports to Colombia, earning more than US$78 million in 2013, accounting for 17% of the South American country’s total footwear imports.
(VOV) - Over the past seven months, the nation’s seafood export turnover has skyrocketed 24.5% to US$4.2 billion on-year with the US, EU, Japan, Republic of Korea and China remaining the leading import markets.
(VOV) -Dalat Hasfarm, the leading Vietnamese fresh flower grower and supplier in the Central Highland resort of Da Lat, opened its first retail store in Hanoi to break into this lucrative market.
(VOV) -The EU is now the third largest importer of Vietnamese shrimp, trailing behind the US and Japan, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
(VOV) - Germany has consistently remained the largest consumer of Vietnamese tuna within the European Union and the second single largest in the world over the past three years.